Weekly Friday Farm Tours
Interested in learning more about Philo Ridge Farm? Join us on a free farm tour every Friday at 3 PM. Tours range from 25 to 45 minutes and all ages are welcome, rain or shine! Please meet in front of the Market. Contact Georgi at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
Weekly Friday Stonecutter Spirits Garden Party
Enjoy garden inspired cocktails from local distillery, Stonecutter Spirits, with happy hour snacks and specials from the Philo Ridge kitchen. Rain or shine, join us every Friday this summer in the Commons Barn and Terrace from 4 to 8 PM!
Weekly Wednesday Backdoor Bread Pop Up
We welcome Jim Williams and Backdoor Bread to the Philo Ridge Farm Market every Wednesday from 3 to 6 PM. Backdoor Bread features modern and heirloom wheats, and all grains are sourced from small, organic farms around the northeast. Stop by our market on Wednesday afternoons this summer to pick up a loaf of this delicious bread.
July 17th: Babette’s Table Salami Sampling 3-6 PM
Erika Lynch, owner of Babette’s Table, will be offering samples of her handmade salami in our Market. Erika uses locally sourced, pasture raised pork and employs traditional French fermenting and curing methods. If you’re a lover of charcuterie and quality meat products, Babette’s Table is a must try. Stop by to meet Erika, have a sample, and buy some salami to take home!
July 27th: Frost Beer Pop Up 4-8 PM
Frost Beer of Hinesburg, Vermont will be offering tastings and can pours in our Market! A seven barrel brewery, Frost crafts unique and delicious IPAs and ales. Come for a drink and bring a 4-pack home to enjoy later.
August 10th: Natural Dye Classes with Maggie Pate
Take a dying workshop with textile artist Maggie Pate! Maggie’s work with textiles and dyes explores the intersections between organic material, texture, and movement. Her studio strives towards 100% sustainability and celebrates the art of slow craft. Maggie will be offering two classes at Philo Ridge Farm: a “Bring Your Own” Indigo Dying class, in which students bring an old bag, article of clothing, or other piece of fabric to repurpose into a beautiful work of art, and a Natural Dye Intensive class utilizing food waste from our farm. Purchase tickets and learn more about Maggie’s inspirational work here.